News Category: Blinds & Shutters

Building a Home

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Building a Home

Are you building a home in 2017? There are so many things to think about when building a home like floor plan, paint colors, size of the living room, types of windows, trim, flooring and the list goes on. We don't want you to forget to think about the type of window coverings you want in your home. Depending on the type of product you are wanting, it can take anywhere from 2-6 weeks to get in your product. Waiting till the last minute to order will leave you moving in and possibly covering your windows with a towel or temporary paper blinds.

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How to measure your windows for blinds and shades

Blinds & Shutters   DIY   
How to measure your windows for blinds and shades

Measuring and sizing your window for your custom blinds and shades is an easy process.  You can mount your window blinds or window shades inside the window frame/casing or outside mounted to the wall above the window. In either case, an accurate measurement ensures a great fitting custom window treatment, which adds an elegant and classy touch to your home or office. Here we show how to it.
 

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Accent Blinds and Shutters helps you bring children home safely

Blinds & Shutters   Safety   
Accent Blinds and Shutters helps you bring children home safely

Right up there on the excitement scale with creating your list of baby names is pondering the endless possibilities for making your baby’s room special while keeping safety a high priority. From a fantasy room that clearly stands apart, to a subdued space that blends with the décor in your home, your baby’s nursery can be anything you want, while still creating a baby safe haven for your little one.

How do I start to choose the nursery décor? A logical place to start in designing your baby’s room is with the crib bedding, blanket, and crib skirt. It’s often much easier to start with the crib linens and then paint or wallpaper. To guard against suffocation, we recommend keeping your baby’s crib simple—just a tight fitted sheet, and maybe a crib skirt/dust ruffle for a touch of style. If you want to use a bumper pad, make sure it’s thin, firm, securely tied and meshy, not puffy or padded. Bumper pads should be removed as soon as your baby can pull up to a standing position, so he can't use them as a stepping stool to climb out of the crib.

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